One of my top 10 recipes is my Texas Style Beef Brisket but, in that recipe, I only cooked the point, which is the thicker portion of a brisket. In this recipe I cook an entire brisket, Austin Texas style. This means you won’t need the rub that I show you how to make in the other Texas style recipe because, in Austin, they only use Kosher salt and pepper. It is an oven roasted recipe so, you’re not going to see the smoke rings that are so overly admired but it will still be just as juicy, tender and flavorful.
Understanding the Beef Brisket
When it comes to several of my more “expensive” recipes, I always hear the same gripes and complaints. They say, “this isn’t a poor man’s recipe” but I completely disagree. First off realize that this is the Poor Man’s GOURMET kitchen so it’s not all about canned tuna and saltines. I believe that there is a time and place for everything. This means that I justify and understand special occasion costs. Some things do cost more than others, there’s just no way around that but, there just might be a way through that still saves money. When it comes to this brisket costing me $60 dollars, I look at the price, I consider how many meals and mouths I can feed and the price per pound. This Brisket, per pound, costs less than hamburger where I live. And if you’re interested in the amount of money I saved vs. eating out, CLICK HERE and read this!
Beef Brisket Preperation
A Beef Brisket is one of the easiest things to prepare for roasting. How much labor that goes into it, however, totally depends on how much work your butcher did for you and how much you want to do yourself. The trimming is, by far, the most difficult part but it’s really easy to do. Just cut out off the fat and proportion the meat into the shape you want it to be. You should leave a good 1/4 inch of fat across the whole bottom, though, and consider removing the silver skin, on top, and an inch or two from the end of the flat(the skinnier portion of meat). Then season the meat with an even amount of kosher salt and pepper. I recommend seasoning in the roasting pan to prevent a messy counter top. Now all you have to do is bake the brisket, covered, for 12 hours at 200° Fahrenheit.
This Pinsoon Air Fryer has got to be one of the best kitchen appliances I have ever seen. As a younger man, I lived in and out of Hotel’s for years, because of the work I was traveling for, and I wish I had something this compact and practical I could’ve traveled with back then. This machine doesn’t just air fry, it acts like a mini oven or toaster oven. Plus it has a rotisserie motor in it with a spit rod for meat and a basket attachment for more containment. I tested this thing out, with everything I could throw at it, and these were my results.
Pinsoon Air Fryer Recipes and Presets
One of the things I really like about this Air Fryer is the control panel. It’s got a Digital face with smart touch functions including presets, time and temperature adjustment, oven light, rotisserie rotation and a start button combination with the power switch. It’s very user friendly and it comes with a book with over 30 recipes they recommend. Everything I cooked in the video, I cycled back to back cooking just like I would do in a restaurant. I just kept running different options, just like different orders of food coming in, and kept the heat going and it handled everything I threw at it, with precision.
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If you’re a fan of Barbecue Baked Beans, you’re in for a real treat because this recipe is amazing. Instead of a “from scratch” recipe, I’m backing all the way up to the last recipe I posted, Country Style Barbecue Ribs, and I’m stealing the leftover barbecue sauce to prepare this one. So, instead of adding bacon, which most recipes do, these baked beans have the drippings from country style ribs cooked right into the sauce. Plus, there’s a few other secret ingredients to kick this up even another level and it’s what every good steak house should be serving.
Legumes for Barbecue Baked Beans
If you’re wondering what kind of beans to use to make your Barbecue Baked Beans, Navy Beans are the prize favorite. The truth is however, you can use what ever you want. Though white beans are generally more popular in most recipes, you can use kidney or pinto without any problems. If you’re interested in saving some stewing time, you can even purchase canned beans. Doing that will eliminate an entire night of soaking and two hours of simmer.
Stewed Barbecue Baked Beans
If you’re curious why this Barbecue Baked Beans recipe isn’t baked at all, you wouldn’t be the first. Some say that it’s a myth that Baked Beans are actually even baked and that the beans are really stewed more than anything. That suggests that anyone that takes the name literal and bakes there beans instead is wrong, right? Nah, it’s just another efficient way to apply heat. Lot’s of recipes call for grilling, so that they can get that smokey flavor, and that can be a great way to cook them too. So, I think it’s just a matter of personal preference. I simmer mine on the stove out of convenience because it’s easier to just pull the lid and stir than dealing with the ends and outs of the oven.
Barbecue Baked Beans Ingredients:
4 cups Navy Beans 6 cups Water, add more if needed 1 tsp Salt 3 cups Leftover Barbecue Sauce 1 White Onion, diced 1 Bell Pepper, diced 1 Jalapeno, diced 1 tbsp Olive Oil 1/2 cup Barbecue Sauce, I use Baby Ray’s 1 cup Cooked Bean Juice, add more as needed 1/2 tsp Blackened Seasoning 1/3 cup Southern Comfort, Bourbon
Salt and Pepper to taste
Just follow the directions in this No Bake Barbecue Baked Beans video tutorial and I’ll show you exactly how to make them.